An anthropologist spent four months helping develop MSF’s medical interventions in Okpoko, a slum in the southeastern Nigerian city of Onitsha
A Johannesburg-based logistician recently spent three months at a nutrition project in Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria.
A Zimbabwean nurse spent three months in Iraq’s Mosul, treating war-wounded patients in the back of a truck-turned-operating theatre.
A South African communications manager on board the MV Aquarius search and rescue ship helped people fleeing to safety in the Mediterranean Sea.
In Khayelitsha on the outskirts of Cape Town, TB doctors know who to call when patients with drug-resistant forms of the disease stop taking treatment: MSF counsellor Xoliswa Harmans.
A Malawian logistician spent a year in Sierra Leone getting supplies to people in the most remote areas.
A Congolese refugee living in South Africa has made it her life’s work to help people caught up in the violence of war.
A Zimbabwean nurse activity manager spent nine months in Doro, South Sudan at a project treating vulnerable refugees who had fled across the border from Sudan.
A South African logistics manager worked in CAR at two maternity projects where MSF saw patients on both sides of the civil conflict
MSF’s outreach team leader in Dolo Zone in the Somali region of Ethiopia brought primary healthcare to patients in the most remote areas